Monthly Archives: October 2016

When Software Development Depends on Individual Heroic Efforts

It is a well-known fact that many software projects fail. Thus it is natural to ask: what is the main contributor for the success of software projects, the processes or the people? In other words, we may ask who has … Continue reading

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Why I don’t plan to retire

It seems that most people would like to retire as soon as possible, and they also have several dreams about the things they will do when they finally retire. I don’t. I would like to continue working as long as … Continue reading

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